Are you stressed? What makes us so stressed? With my proposed research I hope to find how we can use the study of human movement through built space and sensory environments to shape an architecture that can help relieve the stresses brought by the modern mode of life. Is it even possible to use architecture to help free the minds of its users to allow them to over come the many negative affects of stress on the body? To help find the answer to such questions I will be using a multidisciplinary approach focusing mainly on the psychological, biological and social movement of humans through their environments. In the development of my own research I will be using several different forms of participatory observation studies, case studies of relevant architectural projects dealing with movement as well as number of face to face interviews with distinguished members of the many fields connected to human movement. With the use of such research methods I hope to garner further understanding of the many levels of interaction between humans and their built Environment, the psychology of natural human movement as well as the role of light in human spatial cognition, understanding and movement through space. The use of the previously stated research methods will allow me to successfully connect and understand the movement of the human body, which will allow me to more dynamically create an architectural intervention that responds to both the natural movement tendency of humans as well as the many stresses brought by the rushed disconnected lies we live.